Twice Removed is the second album by Canadian rock band Sloan, released on Geffen Records in 1994. The album took seven weeks and cost $120,000 to record. More melodic than their previous album, Smeared, Geffen gave the record little promotion because it defied the label's commercially dominant grunge rock style of the time. Furthermore, the band was dropped from Geffen after Twice Removed's release. After the band's trouble with the label, they took time off from touring and writing, and were rumoured to have broken up. Twice Removed is considered to be one of the band's best albums, as well as one of the greatest Canadian albums of all time.